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The Ndlovu Youth Choir put their twist on to the classic “Higher Love”, and it paid off! The proudly South African choir have made it to the finals!!!

 

Hollywood, United States – The proudly South African Ndlovu Youth Choir have made their way to the next stage of America’s Got Talent 2019. The group announced on Twitter early this morning that they had made it all the way to the finals!

The choir from South Africa has garnered international attention for their performances and for the semi-finals, they put their spin on “Higher Love” by Whitney Houston and Kygo’s Steve Winwood! The choir got a standing ovation from all four of the judges and the entire house as well.

The judges couldn’t help themselves and danced with great excitement along with our choir. If you missed their performance, we shared it below for you. Be warned, the video will make you feel proudly South African, and you may shed a tear… so grab a tissue or three before you hit play!

Watch the performance below:

After their performance, the group had to wait 24-hours for the results and thankfully, they broke the news of their finals success. We burst into tears after seeing their hopeful and happy tweet!


Sources: Ndlovu Youth Choir | America’s Got Talent 
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